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Standard User cheshire_man
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sun 16-Apr-17 11:38:43
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Re: BSOD


[re: toonarmy22] [link to this post]
 
Might be worth trying Speccy to see what temperatures the components are running at.

I had a problem which, after seeing high graphic card temperature on Speccy, found it to be the graphic card cooling fan wasn't spinning. Removed the fan, spot of WD40, it's been running fine now for a year or more since then.

Edit: added temperature after graphic card

Tony
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Edited by cheshire_man (Sun 16-Apr-17 14:01:28)

Standard User toonarmy22
(newbie) Sun 16-Apr-17 11:51:31
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Re: BSOD


[re: cheshire_man] [link to this post]
 
Thanks for advice.Well fitted new psu and video card, will wait and see what happens i suppose.Hopefully nothing
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